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Welcome to the Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community

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Covid-19 Status

The Peer Support Line is taking calls from 4 to 8 every evening--call us at 877-PEER-LNE (no “I”) or 877-733-7563--and all four member centers have Zoom programs! Check our individual pages for details.

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Please join us for our first Leadership Academy

May 12--June 16

 

 

The Metro Boston RLC is interested in supporting people in the Boston Area who would like to learn more about Advocacy and Peer Support.  During our first Leadership Academy our goal is to come together online for six four-hour sessions over six weeks.  Each week we will introduce a different theme.  Boston area Peer Specialist leaders will join us to share their own experience around what has helped them most advocating, volunteering and working as Peer Specialists.

For more information, download our flyer or email Yuka Gordon at 

yuka.gordon@bmc.org

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The mission of the Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community is to offer peer-to-peer services for people in recovery from mental health and/or substance abuse issues, through the use of peer support, advocacy, referral, education, career coaching and job readiness in a trauma-sensitive and person-centered manner.

Everyone who enters our Recovery Centers is welcome and becomes an instant member. All Recovery Center services, groups, classes and activities are without charge.

Our goal is to listen to the needs and desires of our community members and then to provide specific groups, classes, and activities based on their input, while staying within our budget. We encourage our community members to volunteer; we then hire our volunteers into paid jobs, if the person has the right skill-sets, when jobs become available.

 

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